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AANT CEO calls it a day

AANT CEO calls it a day

AANT Chief Executive Anthony Hill has announced that he is resigning as CEO of AANT, returning to South Australia to challenge himself with his own personal business venture.

Mr Hill was appointed AANT Chief Executive Officer in October 2017, originally relocating to the Northern Territory from South Australia, and will finish in the role at the end of September. While based in Darwin, Anthony also had involvement on a number of NT boards and committees.

“I’ve really enjoyed my five years at AANT, but the time is right for change and fresh eyes on an organisation is always positive,” said Mr Hill.

During his five years at the helm of AANT, he oversaw the organisation’s signature achievements of the merger of Fleet Choice NT to become AANT Salary Packaging and the significant brand change earlier this year, being successfully rolled out.

Anthony said he is also very proud of his achievements around the increase in the Advocacy work of AANT has delivered, raising public awareness of fuel pricing and road infrastructure, shown by the public response to the AANT’s Risky Road survey, along with the work done for driver safety and education, importantly with our young people, that was delivered through the highly successful Street Smart High event.

“AANT is a multi-faceted business which incorporates overseeing products and services from roadside assistance, insurance, travel and salary packaging, to advocating on behalf of our members on important issues, along with continuing to provide relevant member benefits. As a member-based organisation you have to ask your members to renew their membership each year, which is the best feedback an organisation can receive” Mr Hill said.

“Anthony’s input and implementing of the AANT Strategic Business Plan saw the successful growth in membership and insurance sales, ultimately improving AANT’s financial position” said AANT President, Mr Trevor Cox. “We wish Anthony and his family all the best with his new venture.”

AANT has been providing roadside assistance since 1963 when it first began, and as part of a national network, they assist members throughout Australia.

Now entering a seventh decade, AANT has widened its focus from roadside assistance, to diversify products and services, and evolve into a member benefits ‘club’ that caters towards the Territory lifestyle, including a range of competitive insurance products, member discount partners and now a salary packaging service.

AANT President Trevor Cox also said that AANT would begin advertising for a new chief executive officer this weekend.

“AANT will be looking for someone who can understand the priorities of working for a member based organisation and profit for purpose, who can also work with government and business. We’re only a small organisation and that means all our staff are multi-disciplined, especially the CEO who needs experience working in the policy space and can understand the unique challenges of delivering services in the Territory.” said Mr Cox

“We pride ourselves putting Members first, and everything we do is focused on what benefits them, and what is best for the Territory,” he said.

 

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